Two Years of Dot Tech

It’s only fair to share…The guys over at Radix Registry have put together a nice little graphic to celebrate the second anniversary of the .tech TLD. Over the past two years the domain extension has grown to over 300 thousand registered domain names. In terms of users they’ve managed to get several high profile companies […]

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Some Whois Lookup Services Might be Broken

It’s only fair to share… There are thousands of sites and services on the ‘net that offer domain name whois lookup services. As of last night many of them may have stopped working. Why? Many of them rely on fairly rudimentary software that parses the whois from Verisign (for .com and .net) and then relays […]

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Africa DNS Forum to be Held in Tanzania

It’s only fair to share…The 5th annual Africa DNS Forum is being held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on July 26 – 28. The event, which is being organised by AfTLD,  ICANN and ISOC in association with a number of other organisations, will run over two days and cover both technical and business aspects of […]

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RIPE Introduces Code of Conduct for Mailing Lists

It’s only fair to share…RIPE has introduced a code of conduct for its mailing lists. In common with many technical organisations and communities a lot of the work within the RIPE community is conducted via mailing lists. The organisation already had a code of conduct for its face to face meetings, but it didn’t cover […]

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IGF 2017 Opts for .Swiss Domain

It’s only fair to share… This year’s IGF (Internet Governance Forum) meeting is being held in Geneva, Switzerland from December 18th to 21st. The venue for the event will be the United Nations Office at Geneva Palais des Nations, Avenue de la Paix 14, CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland. As the Swiss government is the host for […]

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